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7 developments to watch in Buffalo Niagara

Across the Buffalo Niagara region, new and exciting developments are popping up. It’s almost impossible to keep up on all the action. Below are just a handful of some top developments in the region.

Matthew Hubacher   |     Jul 30, 2018

On the CBRE|Buffalo MarketView reports

The CBRE|Buffalo team recently released its 2017 Buffalo MarketView reports to a lively crowd of real estate professionals, commercial real estate developers, economic developers, and municipal officials from across the region at Hotel Henry on the Richardson Olmsted Campus.

Matthew Hubacher   |     Feb 09, 2018

Downtown Class A Office Space

Buffalo’s tallest building, Seneca One Tower, is in the early stages of a $100 million multi-faceted redevelopment that will create a mix of office, residential and retail space at the site.  

Matthew Hubacher   |     Mar 31, 2017

Buffalo Niagara's Real Estate Market: The Big Picture

Last Thursday evening the CBRE|Buffalo team released its 2016 Buffalo MarketView reports to a jam-packed crowd of real estate professionals, economic developers and municipal officials from across Western New York at One Seneca Tower.

Matthew Hubacher   |     Feb 01, 2017

Genesee County: Strategically Located Commercial Real Estate

The Invest Buffalo Niagara team continued its outreach to local partners by visiting with Genesee County Economic Development Center (GCEDC) Vice President of Business Development Chris Suozzi, who provided an expert tour of the county’s available sites and buildings. 

Matthew Hubacher   |     Sep 27, 2016

Buffalo Niagara Industrial Real Estate: 200-ton crane, 51’ ceilings and more!

Buffalo’s East Side will soon be the home of a new industrial complex and next-generation Workforce Development Center, as the next phase of Governor Andrew Cuomo’s Buffalo Billion initiative takes shape. Serving as the center point of the Northland Corridor Redevelopment Project, the Workforce Development center will be focused on helping local residents develop skills in manufacturing, electrical and solar energy.


Matthew Hubacher   |     Jul 28, 2016

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